With all votes counted in the 2014 South East England European Elections it turned out to be a triumphant night for UKIP who increased their number of MEPs to four with 32.14% of the votes cast.
The conservatives came in second with 30.95% of the vote giving them three seats, which is down one from the previous European Elections in 2009.
Labour, the Green Party and the Liberal Democrats each have one MEP. The other parties that stood failed to get any seats in the new European Parliament.
The turnout was 35.4%.
The MEPs elected by the South East region of England in the 2014 European Elections are as follows:
The results in full of the South East region of England in the 2014 European Elections are as follows:
|UK Independence Party||751,439||32.14 (+13.29)||4||+2|
|Liberal Democrat||187,876||8.04 (-6.11)||1||-1|
|An Independence From Europe||45,199||1.93 (0.00)||0||0|
|English Democrats||17,771||0.76 (-1.49)||0||0|
|British National Party||16,909||0.72 (-3.64)||0||0|
|Christian Peoples Alliance||14,893||0.64 (-0.89)||0||0|
|The Peace Party||10,130||0.43 (0.02)||0||0|
|Socialist Party of Great Britain||5,454||0.23 (0.00)||0||0|
|The Roman Party||2,997||0.13 (-0.11)||0||0|
|Liberty GB||2,494||0.11 (0.00)||0||0|
|Harmony Party||1,904||0.08 (0.00)||0||0|